The Smithsonian Institution will reportedly feature transgender women as a means of “inclusion” in their proposed American Women’s History Museum.
Interim director Lisa Sasaki broke the news in a New York Times column discussing donations for a potential new museum. Congress enacted the creation of the museum in 2020.
Sasaki, according to the Times, “plans to include transgender women” to start a “national debate … about the acceptance of transgender identities.”
Again, this is a museum promoting science, pretending that biological men are actually women.
“We are tasked with building a museum that will serve the public for a long time,” Sasaki said. “From the DNA of this museum, there is a desire to be inclusive.”
“Proposed Smithsonian American Women’s History Museum to Include Biological Men Who Identify as Transgender Women.” 🤡
And@SmithsonianKicking pro-life Americans out of its museum is an “aberration.” ok https://t.co/Xrg5arlMxO
— Move to South Carolina (@KihneSheila) February 28, 2023
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Smithsonian Women’s Museum includes transgender women
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If Sasaki really cared about DNA, she would be aware of the fact that biological males and biological females have different DNA.
And no matter how much one pretends, it does not change.
“There is no monolithic experience of womanhood,” writes The New York Times.
However, a woman’s DNA has a mono-chromosomal experience. But the Smithsonian is going to set it right by including biological men in their women’s museum.
This is science! Don’t deny it.
The trans agenda comes to the Smithsonian American Women’s History Museum https://t.co/KNJRNtZDWi
— TheBlaze (@theblaze) March 1, 2023
The Smithsonian Institution’s proposed American Women’s History Museum already features transgender women on its official website.
They refer to Sylvia Rivera, a transgender activist born Ray Rivera and co-founder of Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries.
Smithsonian American Women’s History Museum to Include Transgender Women https://t.co/wdYr015XbG
Bury it! They took away women’s sports, women’s locker rooms and bathrooms, and now … their history. This is the most insane, immoral, ridiculous crap yet.
— Chris Noblett (@ChrisNoblett) March 1, 2023
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Rachel Levine does a book series about ‘inspirational women’
Rachel Levin, Assistant Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), featured in Chelsea Clinton. She persisted The book series is “Motivating Women”.
Levine was the first openly transgender federal official to be confirmed by the US Senate in 2021. She transitioned from male to female in 2011, but is unacknowledged by any stretch of the imagination.
“…so we really need to welcome diversity and actually celebrate diversity,” according to Rachel Levine, who was born biologically male but now identifies as female.
Why should children and parents “celebrate” gender identity in K-12 schools?
Well, the school that creates ‘safe,… https://t.co/7d1i4HvflA pic.twitter.com/WmBrmHwU6q
— Scarlett Johnson (@scarlett4kids) February 26, 2023
Fox News host Tucker Carlson mocked four-star Admiral Levine as the man the left supports for his denial of science.
“They tell us they are in charge of human biology,” he said. “DNA – ‘Though trans women are women,’ they scream. Meet our lady admiral.
Tucker: “A woman who’s never been in a fist fight orders the Chinese military to own up to her … Next, we have Admiral Rachel Levin wagging her porky finger at President Xi. Put your arms around China because trans women are women!” pic.twitter.com/TLG6Hv0G5z
— Kevin Tober (@KevinTober94) February 24, 2023
“Richard Levin was born a white man, which means untouchable, the bedrock of the caste system,” Carlson said of the Joe Biden administration’s focus on diversity rather than merit.
“That’s bad, but here’s the good news, ladies and gentlemen. With the help of a wig and a few mistakes, Richard Levine has risen above his station,” he quipped.
“He’s now a she, and she’s now an admiral. Talk about inspiring.”
Will it inspire the admiral enough to house the Smithsonian Institution’s proposed American Women’s History Museum from now on in a physical building?
It remains to be seen.